The Noels Arms hosts Tara Simms on Friday as part of their Early Doors Sessions.
If you’ve never seen her, you’re in for a treat, as she will sing a wide mix of rock and pop classics throughout the night.
Deadbeats will headline at The Genny B on Friday. Their acoustic set will feature rock n’ roll, blues and punk hits.
Friday sees Mark Farren debut at The Grapes. A DJ since his late teens he is following his ambition to be a solo artist.
DC Done Dirt Cheap entertain crowds at the Genny B on Saturday. They’re five guys with a passion. They will play all mainly standards from the Bon Scott era of AC /DC with a couple of surprises.
The Noels Arms is the place to see The Boutones on Saturday. They describe themselves as proud purveyors of fine vintage covers.
Scott McCall and The Tenderpots will be playing an electric mix of both rootsy and popular music at The Grapes on Saturday.
Head down to the Noels Arms on Sunday to see the return of Bodger’s Mate. This good time band will play a present blend of acoustic country, blues, folk and rock songs playing accordions, guitars and bass instruments.
Blue Skin Blake gig at The Crown on Sunday. Expect everything from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Pink Floyd.
The Geese and Fountain has organised an Acoustic Music Night on Sunday for the musicians of the village to showcase their talent.
Further afield at The Stumble Inn, at Long Eaton, on Sunday, Reel to Real perform at the venue. The band have taken their name from J.R.R. Tolkien’s book Silmarillion and band Marillion’s 1984 album Real To Reel, which is still seen as a classic for so many die-hard Marillion fans.
Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather at The Crown, a new venture for people of all ages and hosted by Adrian Kerr.